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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Bandra Worli Sea Link in Mumbai

  Raj Thakkar       Wednesday, 2 April 2014
  Bandra Worli Sea Link is officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link which is located in Mumbai. It is a cable stayed bridge which links Bandra and Worli. Bandra is a part of western Mumbai suburbs while worli is in South Mumbai. Bandra Worli Sea Link reduces travel time of bandra to worli. You might be thinking that for just reduce a travel time why this much big bridge was constructed? But this Sea Link reduces a travel time of Bandra to Worli from 60-70 hours to 20 to 30 minutes. 
Bandra Worli Sea Link

  This project of bridge was commissioned by Maharashtra state road development corporation (MSRDC). Bandra Worli Sea link was built by Hindustan construction company. It was a very big project and total cost of this project was Rs. 16 billion. There are total 8 lanes in Bandra Worli Sea Link. Among them 4 lanes were opened to public on 30th June 2009. Remaining 4 lanes were opened on 24th March 2010. As per survey of October 2009, total traffic on BWSL is around 37,500 vehicles daily. In night, Bandra Worli Sea link looks very beautiful with full of lights. 
Bandra Worli Sea Link night view

 Toll Charges on Bandra Worli Sea Link

  - For Car, Rs 55 for Single journey, Rs 82.50 for return journey and Rs. 137 for day pass.
  - For Tempo/LCV, Rs 80 for single journey, Rs. 120/- for return journey and Rs 200 for day pass.
  - For Truck/Bus, Rs 110 for single journey, Rs. 165 for return journey and Rs 275 for day pass.

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